Whole Hearted Courage

Posted by on Jun 29, 2011 in Events and Education, Grief, Healing, Spirituality or Religion | 0 comments

Courage is the power to let go of the familiar… ~~Raymond Lundquist Hello all 🙂 Blogger Slacker returns… I took this pic a few months ago in a remote place called Cathedral Canyon, in The Middle Of Nowhere, Missouri. To reach this place, you have to leave all that is familiar, drive 2 hours from a major city, then hike even further into the more-middle-of-nowhere. I must say~~ it was totally worth it. The pic doesn’t do it justice. I spent a few days in that part of the world, totally off the grid and reconnecting with myself. It was lovely in a million different ways. During that...

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Blogger Slacker

Posted by on Nov 10, 2010 in Misc stuff that is totally unrelated to anything obvious, ponderings, Thought or Quote O' the Day | 0 comments

Hello  all 🙂  I’ve been a total blogger slacker the last few weeks, but with good and fun reason.  If you are interested, you can read about some of those adventures on Spirituality Blog, a post titled Love is Kind.  I was thinking a lot about time, love, patience, kindness, fun, grief, healing, and on and on it goes. I took this pic in Florida, after driving an enormous damn yellow moving truck from St. Louis all the way south.  Any further with that stuff and we would have all drowned! 😉   Along the way, I had plenty of time to think and ponder, which was part of the fun.  I was...

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Bedtime Stories…

Posted by on Jul 16, 2010 in Grief, ponderings | 2 comments

It’s getting late.  I’ve been around family today, acutely aware of the ways in which the sand passes through the hourglass of time and spills into some unknown place, taking pieces of us with it.  I’m not sure where those pieces go, what process they undergo on their way to becoming a memory, a fragment of the self held in a time and a place only accessible to the mind and body in the form of remembrance.  Invisible, ineffable, yet completely tangible in some mysterious way that defies the logic of hard science.  The stories of a person, a family, a culture, a country—they hold us, bind us...

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